M16A2 (25) Meter Zeroing Target


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Old 04-13-2012, 12:50 AM   #1
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I thought I'd share this target with the members here, enjoy.

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Old 04-13-2012, 04:03 AM   #2
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You wouldn't happen to have an M4 version, would you? Or, at least, know the difference in clicks?



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You wouldn't happen to have an M4 version, would you? Or, at least, know the difference in clicks?
You can zero an m4 with this its easy read the instructions on the paper it cant get any easier we ised these in the army
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You can zero an m4 with this its easy read the instructions on the paper it cant get any easier we ised these in the army
I used to use these in the Army, too. But, with an M4, there is a slight size difference in the squares.
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I used to use these in the Army, too. But, with an M4, there is a slight size difference in the squares.
Then just walk you rounds in untile your in the middle
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Gonna be taking a copy of this to the range with my AR next trip. I like it!! Thanks.

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You wouldn't happen to have an M4 version, would you? Or, at least, know the difference in clicks?
I believe an moa is every three ibstead of every 4


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